Norwich, Oneonta, and Sidney, New York, drivers who appreciate the kind of SUV that can handle their various lifestyle demands are likely to be interested in finding out what the Subaru Crosstrek and the Nissan Rogue have to offer. To make this easier for you, Bill Rapp Subaru of Norwich has provided you with the following Crosstrek vs. Rogue comparison.

Keep reading to see which one has what you need to be your ideal on-road companion, whether you're merely running errands or going on an exciting weekend excursion.  

A Look at Engine Specs

Whenever you pull out onto the road, you always want to be confident that the set of wheels that you have chosen is able to live up to your expectations. The Crosstrek has you covered in this regard due to the fact that it allows you to pick among a total of three engine options. The one that comes standard under its hood is a 2.0-liter piece of machinery that supplies you with a maximum of 152 horsepower.

The available 2.5-liter offering is able to produce as much as 182 horsepower. If you went with the Crosstrek Hybrid, you would have an estimated total system net power of 148 horsepower at your disposal.

The only option that you have with the Rogue is a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine that generates up to 181 horsepower. While this comes close to the Subaru Crosstrek's maximum horsepower, you're not going to have the advantage of being able to choose the engine that so closely matches your personality if you were to go with the Nissan Rogue. 

Exterior Measurements and Drivetrain Options for the Subaru Crosstrek vs Nissan Rogue

The following table outlines the Crosstrek and Rogues overall sizes. Examine these numbers to find out which one gives you more of an advantage when you're on the road.






Subaru Crosstrek

104.9 inches

176.5 inches

71 inches

63.6 inches

Nissan Rogue

106.5 inches

183 inches

72.4 inches

66.5 inches

These dimensions show that the Subaru Crosstrek is slightly smaller than the Nissan Rogue. This more compact stature allows it to help you corner better when taking on tighter turns. 

Another benefit belonging to the Crosstrek is the fact that it comes standard with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. As a result, you can look forward to enjoying a stable ride no matter what sort of terrain or weather conditions you encounter. While the Rogue is available with all-wheel drive, it is not something that is included as a standard feature.

Subaru Crosstrek vs Nissan Rogue: Which One will You Choose?

This quick look at these two SUVs has made it clear that the Subaru provides you with more advantages for your adventures around Sidney, Norwich, Oneonta, NY, and beyond. If you agree, contact us or stop by Bill Subaru today to take it for a test drive.

The team here at our New York Subaru dealer is fully equipped to provide you with a satisfying car-buying experience. 

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